The raising of the dead has been performed hundreds of time since the days of Christ. Our Lord told his apostles to raise the dead (Matt. 10:8), and over the Christian centuries many Saints have done so, particularly St. Francis Xavier, St. Patrick, St. Vincent Ferrer, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Bernard of Clairvaux, and many more
The Last Things
this is an accessible and deeply profound look at those four most important things: death, judgment, hell, and heaven. professor Regis Martin expertly guides the reader through the eschatology, with the aid of popes, theologians, and even literary greats. The Last Things is at once entertaining and enlightening, and a must-read in preparation for the inevitable final days.
Dark Night of the Soul
In Dark Night of the Soul, Saint John of the Cross presents for us a portrait painted from his own experience of one who advances successfully through the struggles of the spiritual life.
Dorothy Day; Loaves and Fishes
Dorothy Day's Loaves and Fishes is a deeply touching and delightfully humorous record of experiences that read like the early Franciscan fioretti. But that does not mean we can afford to enjoy them and forget them.
Telling the untold stories
For two thousand years there has been a wide variety of thought, opinion, and experience regarding the meaning of the Resurrection of Jesus. Many have called the event a pious hoax. For others, the Resurrection is a living reality.